How to Apply Ohm's Law to Circuits With Purely Resistive Components?

Answer Meters can be used to measure current flow and the electromotive force that causes electrons to flow, but these measurements are not always easy to take. Some require that the power is off and othe... Read More »

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How to Analyze Resistive Circuits Using Ohm's Law?

Resistive circuits may be analyzed by combining networks of parallel and series resistances into a single equivalent resistance, then using Ohm's law to find the current or voltage across that equi... Read More »

Do crate amplifiers have 4 ohms or 8 ohms?

When a Crate amplifier is plugged into a single speaker cabinet with a resistance of 8 ohms, the resistance is 8 ohms. When the same amp is plugged in parallel to two speakers at 8 ohms, the amplif... Read More »

What's better 4-ohms or 2-ohms?

There is no way to say a 4 or a 2 ohm speaker is better. They are usually designed for specific purposes.2 ohm speakers are usually found in automotive applications. The reason for using 2 ohms i... Read More »

Is it ok to put an 8 ohms speakers to a 6 ohms receiver?

Disregard all previous answers. I wish people who didn't know what they are talking about would stop answering technical questions. END OF RANT.What you are describing will not hurt any of your e... Read More »